SOO YEON LEE IS AN EXTRAORDINARY TABLE TENNIS CHAMPION, FASHION MODEL AND ACTRESS. THE COMBINATION OF SOO YEON’S STATUS AND EXTRAORDINARY TALENT HAVE BRANDED SOO YEON LEE AS THE NEW FACE OF CONTEMPORARY PING PONG IN THE WORLD STAGE.
- six titles as the Korean National Jr. Champion ( age 11 ) - 2nd Place in The World University Championships. - 2004 New Zealand Women's Single Championships - 2007 The U.S. OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP - and a whole lot more 🎾 - i have known about her and watched her excel, and have always been impressed with her skill. Now, not taking anything away from anyone else, for i am always grateful, but you can bet i was thrilled when i saw that she began following me!
Thanks for the follow @pingponggirl !
FitFemme Features: Daniela 2013 ➡️ 2014 (Swimming)
Sports are able to educate and encourage individuals to stay active and healthy, as well as teach them vital life skills. One of my swim coaches always used to say “get comfortable with being uncomfortable.” At the time, I thought that this phrase was only applicable to swimming, however, looking back, I understand that it can also relate to everyday life as well. One must reach out of their comfort zone to succeed, and surpass expectations. By learning how to push myself past my limits and using my whole body as one functional unit, I constantly surprised myself and continued to strive towards new goals, academically, mentally and physically.
"I had the privilege to visit and be a part of one of the Jahangirpuri Community coaching sessions of Khel Khel Mein Foundation(KKMF) and the experience was more than fulfilling. The girls from the community who had come for their football practice were undeterred by the blazing sun. Their eyes were gleaming with determination and excitement to start their practice with Vishal, their sports mentor from KKMF who has been training them for over a year. After talking to him I learned that some of these young girls came from far away areas of the community and that just affirmed the fact that they were resolute about their football practice.
After they completed their warm up with two-three drills, I got an opportunity to coach them as well. The enthusiasm they displayed during the session motivated me to work harder and put in more effort. Post a few quick drills we began a match and it was at this time I could clearly see how sports was helping them in bonding better with each other and taking responsibility for the situation. Whenever there was a dispute between the players, the captains of both teams stepped up and sorted the argument patiently. They all appreciated each other whenever their teammate scored a goal and cheered for each other. Even the team which conceded a goal showed great character to make a strong comeback. They also discussed their game plan before the start of the match and during halftime, they talked about what was going wrong and how they can tackle that issue with either a change of formation or tactics. I was very impressed by the maturity shown by some of the girls and couldn’t help but praise them for it. The girls showed that with proper direction and advice they could excel and become great players with time. I was overjoyed by the experience and look forward to visiting them again to be a part of their journey in developing as players and human beings." -Rithik Yadav shares his experience of visiting one of our community sessions in Jahangir puri #aaokhele#playperformprosper#grassroots#communityprogram#sports4all
The stages you go through when you're still trying to figure out why this man got so much hate for missing OTA's... 🤔 But did he break the law, hurt or put anyone at risk? Nope! He just skipped non-required practices. Seems minimal to me compared to recent news... thoughts? #tuesdaytopic
FitFemme Features: Meaghan 2009 (high school lacrosse) ➡️2016 (university rowing)
Did you know that adolescent girls drop out of sports at rates 2x higher than boys do? I’m passionate about empowering young girls to participate in sports, because sports played such a big role in my own development. Not only have sports provided me with lifelong friendships, they have also taught me to embrace my strength, follow my passion, and to always give 110% effort. It is extremely important to encourage young girls to remain active so they have the opportunity to build healthy habits, establish social supports, and develop strength and confidence that will benefit them throughout their lives.
I r O n M a N • Just in case you didn't know, my shorts will remind you. I am an IRONMAN. Haven't felt like one until this mornings set. WT with 15 mins warm up + 4 x 4min efforts (sprint Tri pace) + 15 1min power intervals in G11 in and out of the saddle. Think that's bad enough? Try adding 3 x 5min run efforts (1 on hills, 1 on stairs, 1 a combination of both). Happy Tuesday legs, happy happy Tuesday • 🚴🏽♀️🏃🏽♀️💨
We are thrilled to have the USA National Figure Skating Champion @karebearsk8 training in our sportswear. Thank you for the fantastic feedback 💝
"Loving my new clothes from @chiquesport! Thank you so much! ⛸▪️🖤⚡️ #Black#TrainInStyle "
Our sport + those who play it might look scary and intimidating but we promise we aren't. Don't take our word for it though, see what Faye says.
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Check out the link in our bio for info about our learn to skate programme.
⚽🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀🏃♀all roads converging kwaWiri. Chipinda team now pana Nyadire Bridge. Umpfurudzi hameno kwaBhora uko. Local organising team at our RMT comms Centre. Its all happening now. #girlsinsport#letgirlslearn#endchildmarriagenow